Here at GameHuntingCameras.com we are hunters & trail camera users first! From the most affordable models to the top shelf models, if you find them here in our store-they are here for a reason. We test them, we use them and we offer the best trail camera package deals on the internet, hands down! Like you, we want a trail camera that carries a proven tract record, the latest technology and is a work-horse in the field no matter the make and model. No excuses….just a solid camera that you can feel confident is doing it’s job while you are not there.
Knowledge is the best hunting tool. There is no better way to prepare for hunting season than having some intelligence on the presence or patterns of your game of choice before opening day. One of the best ways to collect this valuable information is indubitably the use of a trail camera.
Trail cameras, also known as game cameras, are a form of remote camera that capture images of deer or other wild game without the presence of of the hunter, day or night, so that a hunter can properly assess their hunting situation without alerting game. Plus, game cameras are a great way of sizing up the health and fitness as well as eating habits of a game population both where you hunt and possibly where you live to better predict what type of bait/feed is the best choice to use for any particular type of hunting.
The technology of trail cameras has evolved quite a bit since their introduction. The first game cameras weren’t even cameras at all, but sensors that monitored the number of times that heat from and/or movement of what the hunter or researcher could only presume was wild game set off the sensor. It wasn’t long before these sensors were equipped with film cameras to record images to better evaluate the wild game situation.
In the modern age, all types of technology have been applied to game cameras to make them more secure, more discrete and more effective. Since film takes time to develop, this type of trail camera can potentially be a slow way to gather crucial information. And as many hunters have known for years, bright lights such as those of traditional camera flashes can spook game and scare them off a particular trail or hunting area.
Digital image technology has made processing the data from game cameras quicker and more convenient. Digital game cameras record information to an SD card allowing the user to quickly and easily transfer data to a computer to instantly view what is going on in the woods. Also, LED flashes and infrared, or IR, trail cameras allow images to be taken with out alerting game to the camera’s presence so that they won’t know what hit them when the hunter takes to the trail.
All of these cameras have their own advantages and disadvantages. When it comes to deciding which one is right for you a bit of strategy is important. While traditional flashes may startle game, those trail cameras can typically capture images at longer ranges than can other types. IR cameras are great for taking pictures regardless of light conditions but images may be less clear and harder to read. When you feel you know what you need or you need to look around to see what’s available GameHuntingCameras.com is happy to help. We have a respectable line of quality trail cameras at your disposal as well as all of the trail camera supplies and game camera accessories you may need to get the edge on your next hunting season.
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